39: Special Guest: BC Skip Corryn Brown, Off to the Scotties Again
This week, we're joined by Kamloops skip Corryn Brown, former Canadian Junior Champion, whose team will represent B.C. at the Scotties for a second straight year.
We find out about Corryn, her family curling roots, what's going on with her, her team's practice regimen, and changes she'd like to see in the sport.
Corryn also jumps in on our discussion about junior curling and changing the qualification strategy. Also, some possible solutions on how we elongate the junior season, which ends so darn early.
Warren has all of this week's curling news, including a COVID-19 update, the status of the bubble events in Calgary and more.
Kevin talks more about outdoor curling rinks, including which top Canadian players have built their own ODRs to keep up with their training, plus more on the sport Crokicurl.
We discuss how the under-25 curling crowd is loving mixed doubles and what everyone loves about Skins Games.
Warren tells us a little about the Turner Curling Museum in Weyburn Saskatchewan.
Kevin discusses how our national championship needs to stop excluding some of the top teams. For example, if Canada's top 3 ranked teams all happened to be from Alberta, why would you let only one Alberta team compete at the Brier or Scotties?
And imagine being one of the top performing teams in the history of your university, yet getting almost no financial help for the school...